Pick up handset push talk, the light flashs a few times then 2 beeps and turns off. The battery is charged. Problem was intermittent now no cure. I used to open up the back and replace it and the problem stopped...
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What set of lights are flashing, what color are they, do they flash all together or ripple left to right one at a time? Could be a low battery, the GC is in Lock Mode, etc. If the GC is in Lock Mode push the joystick forward until it beeps and then pull it back until it beeps. Release it and the controller will sound a long beep. Charging takes many hours on these power chairs.
<b>Clear the Handset's Base Data<br /></b>1.To remove the base data from a handset when out of range of the base, press and hold the 'end' button and the '#' button simultaneously until the phone beeps.<br />2.It will now be de-registered from the base.<br />Note: This requires that the base and handset can communicate with each other.<br />
<b>Clear the Base Handset Data</b><br />1.To de-register all handsets from the base, remove power to the base, and remove the handset from the base.<br />2.Press and hold the 'flash/find hs' button while applying power.<br />3.Wait for the beep and release the button.<br />4.The charge light will now flash.<br />5.Sit any handset in the cradle.<br />6.When the flashing stops, re-register the handsets to the base.<br />
<b>Re-Register a Handset to the Base<br /></b>1. Remove Handset Battery.<br />2. Reconnect battery while holding down "*" and "#" key.<br />3. Then press the right upper key under the LCD.<br />4. Press the "End" key.<br />5. Wait a few seconds and then the phone will be ready to register to the base.
1. Remove the AC adapter plug from the back of the base unit (not from the wall); leave tel cord connected.
2. While holding down the "set code" button under the cassette lid, plug the ac adapter back into the base. The screen will then display some numbers (110) etc.
3. Hold down the HANDSET keys 1 and 2 simultaneously and then press the speaker button on top within 20 seconds.
4. Press any 3 digits on the handset i.e. 1-2-3.
5. After hearing a BEEP from the handset and base, press 2 on the handset. The base should then say "twenty-five", and the handsets will beep, confirming the new security code is enabled. Press talk or speaker on handset to confirm communication.
6. The time/day stamp and remote access code will be cleared.
7. Best to do this with the answering mach turned off.
8. Restart this procedure if anything goes wrong (may hear a series of error beeps).
I saved my manual and in it I had a fax Casio sent me with these instructions (i had this prob a few times years ago). Good luck!
To remove the base data from a handset when out of range of the base, press and hold the 'end' button and the '#' button simultaneously until the phone beeps.
It will now be de-registered from the base.
Note: This requires that the base and handset can communicate with each other.
Clear the Base Handset Data To de-register all handsets from the base, remove power to the base, and remove the handset from the base.
Press and hold the 'flash/find hs' button while applying power.
Wait for the beep and release the button.
The charge light will now flash.
Sit any handset in the cradle.
When the flashing stops, re-register the handsets to the base.
Re-Register a Handset to the Base
1. Remove Handset Battery.
2. Reconnect battery while holding down "*" and "#" key.
3. Then press the right upper key under the LCD.
4. Press the "End" key.
5. Wait a few seconds and then the phone will be ready to register to the base.
Had sets will not beep if the battery is too low or drained of its charge. The power for the beep needs to come from a good battery charge, so if you are missing a hand set and its been out of the charge cradle for a long time, or the unit is more than 4 years old and the batteries wont charge anymore, then you can't use the find handset feature and probably can't use it to talk as well.
If you know that the batteries are good, then there are 2 other possibilities: the seek signal needs to be reset by unplugging power to the base unit for one minute and allowing the circuits to reset themselves, or the seek button is not making good contact inside and this would require someone with knowledge to open the base unit and clean or repair the button contacts. Finally, many hans sets have an on/off/standby feature. If the handset is in off position, the it isthe same as if you removed the battery and it will never beep; it must be on standby.
Some of the cordless phones do not allow more than one handset to be used at the same time. Is there a transfer button on the handsets? Can you call from one handset to the other? If not the phones probably have to be used one at a time.
To get off speaker phone just push the speaker phone button again.
I had this problem, solved it by going to the advanced settings menu and resetting the handset. I guess the handset got out of sync with the base station after I deleted messages... once reset it was fine.
I looked up the battery specs for your phone. They are 3 X 200mah= 600mah battery packs. They should last 8 hrs talk time with the headsets. This style of battery pack in my experience only last about 1 1/2years and sometimes longer and "sometimes" shorter...much shorter. I bet you never had problems when you first got them. Basicly this "battery design arrangment" goes back many years before newer battery technlogy was developed. But designers still insist on using them even today. They are cheap to make.
****Time to replace them with new ones.****
Make sure you follow the mfgs charging instructions:
"After battery installation, place the handsets in their base unit or charger and allow to charge for 16 hours before use. You can keep the battery charged by returning the handsets to their base unit or charger after each use. When the battery is fully depleted, a
recharge takes about 12 hours. Average talk time on a fully charged battery is about eight
hours depending on environmental conditions, standby time is approximately four days."
I doubt it's the battery. As I understand it the base works fine and the problem is only with a cordless phone. Are you using an external charger stand for the cordless handset? These phones need to be registered to the base unit. That is usually done by installing the cordless phone in the base unit but you may need to do that shortly after insalling the battery or you could have a register button or setting.